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Plant geography; flora

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Article A. Ričkienė; P. Daszkiewicz; A. Fedotova; et al. (2021)
Stanisław Batys Gorski’s botanical research in the Białowieża Primeval Forest during the 1820s. Archives of Natural History (pp. 325-336). (/isis/citation/CBB666626095/) unapi

Article R. Ashton Macfarlane (2021)
Wild Laboratories of Climate Change: Plants, Phenology, and Global Warming, 1955–1980. Journal of the History of Biology (pp. 311-340). (/isis/citation/CBB311382906/) unapi

Article Denis Diagre-Vanderpelen (2021)
The National Sericultural Utopia and Debates on the Acclimatization of Plants in New-born Belgium (1830–1865). HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology (pp. 71-106). (/isis/citation/CBB883459505/) unapi

Article Olivier Perru (2020)
Le frère Marie-Victorin (1885-1944) et l’évolution. Revue d'Histoire des Sciences (pp. 89-116). (/isis/citation/CBB581877796/) unapi

Article H. J. Noltie (2019)
A Scottish Daughter of Flora: Lady Charlotte Murray and Her Herbarium Portabile. Archives of Natural History (pp. 298-317). (/isis/citation/CBB005206881/) unapi

Article E. Charles Nelson (2019)
Katherine Sophia Baily (lady Kane) and the Irish Flora (1833). Archives of Natural History (pp. 44-57). (/isis/citation/CBB211337022/) unapi

Article Maura Flannery (2019)
Naming a Genus for William Darlington: A Case Study in Botanical Eponymy. Archives of Natural History (pp. 75-87). (/isis/citation/CBB683139294/) unapi

Book Christopher D. Preston; Mark O. Hill (2019)
Cambridgeshire's Mosses & Liverworts: A Dynamic Flora. (/isis/citation/CBB245006836/) unapi

Book Nicholas Breyfogle (2018)
Eurasian Environments: Nature and Ecology in Imperial Russian and Soviet History. (/isis/citation/CBB563852707/) unapi

Book Himansu Baijnath; Patricia A. McCracken (2018)
Strelitzias of the World: A Historical & Contemporary Exploration. (/isis/citation/CBB220972499/) unapi

Article John Edmondson (2018)
Charles Deering (c. 1690–1749): Author of an Early Flora of Nottingham. Archives of Natural History (pp. 283-291). (/isis/citation/CBB389369282/) unapi

Article David A. Pearman (2018)
Chronicling the Discovery of the British and Irish Native Floras – Richard Pulteney's Overlooked Contribution. Archives of Natural History (pp. 309-316). (/isis/citation/CBB054894983/) unapi

Article Patrick Anthony (2018)
Mining as the Working World of Alexander von Humboldt’s Plant Geography and Vertical Cartography. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 28-55). (/isis/citation/CBB344446536/) unapi

Article John L. Dowe (2018)
‘Such Superfluity of Genera’: Ferdinand Mueller’s Criticism of Generic Limits in Wendland and Drude’s ‘Palmae Australasicae’ of 1875. Historical Records of Australian Science (pp. 82-90). (/isis/citation/CBB910757331/) unapi

Article Fabrizio Baldassarri; Oana Matei (2018)
Manipulating Flora: Seventeenth-Century Botanical Practices and Natural Philosophy. Introduction. Early Science and Medicine: A Journal for the Study of Science, Technology and Medicine in the Pre-modern Period (pp. 413-419). (/isis/citation/CBB642452530/) unapi

Chapter Miles Ogborn (2018)
Vegetable Empire. In: Worlds of Natural History (pp. 271-286). (/isis/citation/CBB377889114/) unapi

Article Herdis Hølleland (2017)
Caged for Protection: Exploring the Paradoxes of Protecting New Zealand's Dactylanthus taylorii. Environment and History (pp. 545-567). (/isis/citation/CBB999528697/) unapi

Article Gunilla Törnvall (2017)
From Copperplate to Color Lithography: On the Modernization of an Illustrated Flora 1800–1900. Book History (pp. 126-149). (/isis/citation/CBB108690573/) unapi

Article Kuang-chi Hung (2017)
“Plants that Remind Me of Home”: Collecting, Plant Geography, and a Forgotten Expedition in the Darwinian Revolution. Journal of the History of Biology (pp. 71-132). (/isis/citation/CBB904910279/) unapi

Book David Pearman (2017)
The Discovery of the Native Flora of Britain & Ireland: A Compilation of the First Records for 1670 Species and Aggregates, Covering Great Britain, Ireland, the Channel Isles and the Isle of Man. (/isis/citation/CBB829250948/) unapi


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